CHRIS Millar is eager to play one more season at Morton before hanging up his boots.

The veteran midfielder believes he still has enough left in the tank to continue playing beyond the end of this campaign.

And the 37-year-old, who has made 18 appearances so far this term, is planning on making next season his swansong at Cappielow.

He told the Tele: “I’m still enjoying being a part of things. I love it here at Morton, I want to play as long as I can.

“I still feel fresh, I keep myself relatively fit and it’s a great bunch of lads to come in and train with in the dressing room.

“I’ve really enjoyed working here, so we need to see what happens. I’d love to stay another season and my aim was always to play until I was 38 - I’m 37 in March - so one more year definitely.

“First and foremost, though, I want to have a successful season here first.”

Millar believes that the dismal 2-1 defeat to Partick Thistle has spurred his side on as they look to climb back up the table and finish the season strongly.

He added: “The Partick result a few weeks ago was a bit of a wake-up call for some of us.

“Going up to Arbroath there, we managed the game well and got a great result in difficult circumstances.

“Every game brings its own challenges now, every game has got to be given 100 per cent focus and that’s just the way this league is, every game is winnable, which we’ve proved but every game also has the potential to be a defeat.

“Everybody is capable of beating everyone here, it’s the old cliché but it’s true.

“It all rests on whether folk turn up and perform for either side.”